In-home Consultations - Comprehension Q's

Laura Ryder
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Please note all questions and answers, as well as the vocabulary utilized, are derived from the contents of the provided article


#1. What is the first step in the in-home consultation process?

#2. What is a key component of gathering history before the consultation?

#3. As mentioned in the webinar, what is a potential benefit of not giving training advice before the first consultation?

#4. What should trainers send clients before the first consultation to enhance understanding?

#5. What safety measure is suggested for trainers when entering a client's home?

#6. What are recommended methods for approaching daily routine adjustments according to the webinar?

#7. What is emphasised as a vital part of the consultation process for managing behaviors?

#8. Why is wrapping up the consultation on time important?

#9. What is a possible recommended practice for follow-up after the initial consultation?

#10. How should the effectiveness of management strategies be evaluated?

#11. What approach is recommended for setting up the next session?

#12. Which of the following is NOT a recommended item to have in the trainer's kit bag?

#13. What should trainers do if they feel unsafe during a home consultation?

#14. Why is it important to know the animals daily routine?

#15. What role does enrichment play in the consultation process?

#16. How should trainers approach the discussion of undesirable behaviors with clients?

#17. What is a recommended practice when delivering training advice to clients?

#18. What should be the focus of the first session in an in-home consultation?

#19. How important is it to discuss the dog's medical history during the consultation?

#20. What is suggested to handle a situation where the dog is not responding well to training during the consultation?

#21. Which of the following is NOT a goal for an in-home consultation?

#22. When should follow-up sessions be discussed and planned?

#23. What is a key benefit of sending educational materials before the consultation?

#24. How should unexpected behaviors from the animal during the consultation be addressed?

#25. What is the trainer's primary role during the in-home consultation?

#26. Which of the following is crucial for establishing trust between the trainer, the client, and the dog?

#27. Why is it important to discuss goals and expectations early in the consultation?

#28. What is the best practice for dealing with a client's unrealistic expectations?